Government touts 'pioneering' zero CO2 hydrogen plane concept

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The aircraft is designed to run on liquid hydrogen, which has emits no CO2 | Credit: Department for Transport
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The aircraft is designed to run on liquid hydrogen, which has emits no CO2 | Credit: Department for Transport

Design unveiled for FlyZero aircraft it is claimed could carry 279 passengers around the world on zero carbon fuel, as government awards £15m aviation biofuel projects

A design concept for a zero emissions aircraft that would run on liquid hydrogen fuel has been unveiled today by the UK's Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), as part of a £15m project part funded by...

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